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Alligator hunting license applications available Wednesday
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Two employees of a rural Tennessee town that resisted a takeover attempt by the state after Ford Motor Co. announced plans to build an electric truck plant nearby have been charged with the theft of town funds and official misconduct, officials said Wednesday. Reva Marshall, the former finance officer for the town of Mason, and Michele Scott, Mason's human resources manager, have been indicted by grand juries in two counties, the Tennessee Comptroller's Office said in a news release and an investigative report. In a report released Wednesday, investigators also questioned tens of thousands of dollars in credit card transactions and reimbursements by town employees.
Brazil's government forecast on Wednesday that this year's primary deficit will be significantly below the official target, helped by a jump in expected tax revenue. The Finance and Planning Ministries projected a primary budget deficit of 107.6 billion reais ($20.6 billion) for the central government this year, equal to 1.0% of GDP, according to their first 2023 bi-monthly revenue and expenditure report. The forecast is significantly below the target primary deficit of 228.1 billion reais set by the annual budget law for the central government, which includes Brazil's Treasury, central bank, and Social Security.
Pakistan’s elections oversight body on Wednesday delayed elections for a regional assembly after the government of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif refused to provide the necessary funds and polling staff citing financial constraints. The elections for the Punjab Legislative Assembly, which were to be held on April 30, were delayed until Oct. 8. The move drew criticism from former prime minister and current opposition leader Imran Khan and his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party.
Wall Street gyrated to end sharply lower on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve delivered a widely expected 25 basis point policy hike, while hinting that it was on the verge of pausing future increases in view of recent turmoil in the financial sector. The three major U.S. stock indexes, which were mostly directionless prior to the Fed announcement, jumped higher then deflated as investors digested the accompanying statement and Chair Jerome Powell's subsequent Q&A session. "The market was encouraged when it heard that the Fed had considered pausing completely and then it was disappointed when Powell clarified that their hands weren’t tied and that they can keep raising rates if they need to," said Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer at Independent Advisor Alliance in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 22, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to BC Check-Up: Invest, an annual report by the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) on investment trends across the province, construction began on 29,414 housing units in 2022 in Southwest B.C. (which encompasses the Lower Mainland), a 1.7 per cent increase compared to 2021. “Given the housing affordability crisis across Southwest B.C., and with the expectation we will see significant population
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The results of the long-delayed government review of the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan will be released next month, the White House announced Wednesday, with Congress and the public set to see an assessment of what went wrong as America ended its longest war. The August 2021 pullout of U.S. troops led to the swift collapse of the Afghan government and military, which the U.S. had supported for nearly two decades, and the return to power of the Taliban. In the aftermath, President Joe Biden directed that a broad review examine "every aspect of this from top to bottom.”
DENVER, March 22, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- authID (Nasdaq: AUID), a leading provider of secure identity authentication solutions, today announced the Company will report financial results for the fourth quarter and twelve months ended December 31, 2022 on Thursday, March 30 after market close. The Company will host a call with shareholders in the coming weeks. About authID Inc.At authID (Nasdaq: AUID), We Are Digital Identity™. authID provides secure identity authentication through Verified™, an
CALGARY, Alberta, March 22, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Razor Energy Corp. ("Razor”) (TSXV: RZE) in conjunction with FutEra Power Corp. (“FutEra”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Razor, is pleased to announce it has successfully constructed, commissioned, and is operating its co-produced geothermal power project in Swan Hills, Alberta (the “Project”). The Project is held within FutEra’s wholly owned subsidiary Swan Hills Geothermal Power Corp. (“Swan Hills Power”). The Project combines an Organic Ran
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights on Wednesday began hearing the historic case of a Salvadoran woman who was denied an abortion in 2013 despite doctors' calls to terminate her high-risk pregnancy. The case of the woman, a domestic worker known only as Beatriz, became a symbol of El Salvador's blanket ban on abortion, which punishes with prison time those who undergo the procedure and those who perform or assist in it. "The case will be the first where the high court could rule on the conventionality of the absolute prohibition of a pregnancy's voluntary interruption," said Julissa Mantilla, a commissioner for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights(IACHR).
The family of 30-year-old New Jersey councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour, who was shot and killed outside her home in February, spoke out publicly for the first time since her death, calling for justice for her death and that those responsible be apprehended. Eunice Dwumfour — a Church leader and mother of a 12-year-old girl — was shot and killed in her SUV outside her home on Feb. 1. "We are not happy about that, we need justice," Eunice Dwumfour's father, Prince Dwumfour, said during a press conference Wednesday.
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England have not won away to Italy since 1961.
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President Biden released a climate action plan to protect the ocean and help combat the climate crisis. Advocates say it comes not a minute too soon.
MPs investigating Partygate scandal have denounced former PM’s ‘flimsy’ explanations before committee
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